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Vibe Models

I don't usually promote agencies however this one is definitely an exception.

Vibe - the PR company behind the Miss Wales beauty pageant - have their own modelling agency. They occasionally hold open auditions for men and women - though most women are recruited via the Miss Wales competition - and have some of the UK's most beautiful women on their books including the former Miss Wales and Miss UK Amy Guy. If you would like more information on how to join their modelling agency please visit the Vibe Models Official Website.

Please remember that even if you are accepted on an agency's books no agency can guarantee that you will get work.

For further information visit the  Vibe Models Official Website


Vibe Models Take Part In New Years Eve 2005 Anthem 

S4C has commissioned three brand new versions of the Welsh National Anthem, Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau, to mark its 150th birthday in 2006. We're all familiar with the rousing melody composed by Evan and James James from Pontypridd, but the new versions are also sure to impress. You can hear the first version on S4C on New Years Eve on the stroke of midnight. Several Vibe Models - including local girls Rachel Rice, Lydija Viric and Charlotte Davies - took part in the filming.

Beauties Signed to Agency - 1st November 2005

Three Gwent Beauties were snapped up by a new Welsh Model agency.

Cwmbran models Charlotte Davies 18 and Rachel Rice and Newport girl Lidija Vraic, 18 were spotted by the agency in the recent Miss Wales competitions.

The new agency, Vibe Models launches tomorrow and is run by the multi-award-winning agency which organises the Miss Wales competition.

That is how our Gwent beauties were spotted.

Marketing director Clare Birt, sais: "The three Gwent girls were such a good high standard when they were in the Miss Wales competition, we wanted them on our books."

Agency director, Paula Abbandonato said the agency will offer a fresh approach.

She said: "Having worked in the PR and marketing sector for around 15 years, we know what it's like to be the customer.

"It is not just about providing the right model, it's about understanding the customers' marketing needs."

(First Published in the South Wales Argus on Tuesday 1st of November 2005)

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